I bought this router to temporarily replace my firewall while I wait for it to be replaced. We have a training center that when running full tilt, we probably have 50 devices trying to get on the internet.
I have a f9k1113 V1 or AC 1200 wireless router. I opened RDP - remote desktop to my home pc. Everytime i try to connect from the internet to my home pc the router reboots. I never get connected. It seems when the router sees that type of traffic it reboots.
add VDSL2 (Fibre broadband) support in a future firmware update to the AC1200 Modem Router - F9J1106v1? If it's not possible to have a single modem firmware that supports both ADSL and VDSL, any separate downloads for the customer to choose depending on which type of broadband connection they have?I am in the UK, my ISP is Plusnet. They use BT Openreach infrastructure. The currently supply the same rebranded Netgear router to both their ADSL and VDSL (Fibre) customers. The only difference being the VDSL modem has custom firmware flashed on it.
Access Control on an ac1200 does not seem to flexible enough to include hours from say 8pm - 6am. On my old Linksys I would simply have multiple entries for the same MAC address but this does not seem possible.
My Comcast cable modem does not have a 2nd port needed to connect my Belkin AC1200 wireless router. Is there another way to configure this or are my options to either buy a new cable modem or try to upgrade it through Comcast?
I have two AC1200 routers? how do i connect one ac1200 to another ac1200. Only one should act as a DHCP server and broadcast wireless; the other should be simply just a hub (vs. me having to buy a separate hub). What are the correct settings and connections?
I have a Belkin AC1200 Router. It seems working properly re Internet/Wireless connections. When I connect a printer (Canon Pixma MP500) through the USB port the (USB) light doesn't turn on, nor the printer is appearing on the "available devices" (Belkin USB Print and Storage Center).
In a stand alone 3750x switch configuration, can the secondary power supply only act as a redundant power supply (active/standby), or can it become a "pool" of power similar to power sharing mode for StackPower (somewhat active/active)? I understand there is no stack involved here but I'm curious if this functionality is possible.
I need 3925 router and i want to install SM-ES3G-16-P etherswitch module with PoE into it. So my question is do I need PoE power supply or not? Will PoE ports on this module work with basic AC power supply?
We are trying to monitor two stacks of CISCO WS-c3750X running IOS 12.2.(58)SE.
We can get the state of the power supplies, but after a power cycle or reboot of the switches the identifier of ONE of the Power supplies ALWAYS change. The OIDs for the rest of the PS do not vary. The problem happens in the two stacks.
I just purchased the Cisco Small Business Wireless-N Gigabit Security Router with VPN (WRVS4400N). I'm moving overseas (to Israel) and noticed that the power supply does not go up to 240V. I then called the Cisco Customer Support and they told me that they don't have another power supply. Although they mentioned that I could probably get the unit in the country I'm going where it would already have the right power supply. Now, what I'm wonder, should I just send this back and figure it out when I get there? Or bring it with the hope of finding the right power supply?
I am looking to upgrade my home wifi from a Linksys WRT54G running DD-WRT to something that will handle .11n. I've been looking at the Unifi PoE APs. Their base model support N, but only on 2.4GHz, and only has a 100Mb port. I was concerned about that being a limiting factor. They've recently released a new line that supports Dual Band and has a Gig port, but it cost about 4 times as much. Here are my goals:
1.) PoE if possible. Currently the AP is my rack in the basement. I'l thinking of running an additional cable to somewhere central on the first floor and putting the AP there for better coverage/signal. Running just a CAT 5e cable is much easier than having to supply power as well. Second thought was to get two Unifi APs and setup a mesh with roaming, which it looks like they support, for best coverage. In that case I'd put one in a top floor room that already has CAT 5e.
2.) I'd really prefer access points to a router. I already have a pfsense box that does the routing. If this means getting something that will run DD-WRT, Tomato, or the like and turning it into an AP fine.
3.) I would like something that is dual band .11n.
4.) Something that support RADIUS
5.) Multiple SSID support and VLAN support. I want to be able to offer at least 2 separate networks.
So am I stuck buying the Unifi dual band AP? Or should I get something like the Asus RT-N66U and put Tomato on it?Does anyone have acutal expreience with the Unifi products?
I have a WS-C6509-E (R7000) and am trying to implement some proactive monitoring for environmental alerts. What is the output from a Power Supply failure for the following “sh log” “sh environment alarm”.
I have been using a Dell N5110 laptop with a wireless router from my internet provider for years without issues.I recently had the internet connected at my cottage. I am using a TP-Link router model TL-WR740N.All of my wireless devices function perfectly except my laptop.
redundant Power Supply?PIM sparse mode (PIM-SM), PIM dense mode (PIM-DM), and PIM sparse-dense mode?Layer 4 prioritization: enables prioritization based on TCP/UDP port numbersUni-Directional Link Detection (UDLD) — monitors a link between two switches and blocks the ports on both ends of the link if the link goes down at any point between the two devices
Sup720 setup, possibly upgrading to Sup32's in a few years, Right now for power supplies, I am using 2 WS-CAC-2500W ,But I have to run the supplies in combined mode to get all of the cards online.What power supply should I be looking to purchase for this chassis ?
I have a Cisco 7206-CH router and the power supply have been stopped working. I am very confused if the new " PWR-7200-ACE= " power supply can be used with this model which have been announced as end of sale and support from 2007.
While configuring PoE Ethernet EHWIC PoE modules with ISR G2 routers Cisco DCT gives a warning to select AC Power Supply with PoE ‘PWR-3900-POE’. Do we need to select the PoE power supply for Enhanced EtherSwitch SM PoE modules also (at present it does nt show any warnings)?